Well, did they? And who are 'the Greeks'?
I'd do Utrecht instead of Zwolle, not?
That's not what I said. There are people who play a game as it is 'meant' / designed to be played, and there are people who alter the game to...
Sure, but I play for my own enjoyment, and this is more enjoyable to me than micromanaging core population and still having a hard limit.
I painted the entire world as my core (i.e. no expansion stability issues). And it's 3000 BC Marathon indeed (on the middle difficulty), that...
Or, you know, the world (I never liked expansion stability anyway~):
Tick 'New Random Seed Upon Reload' when creating the custom game. :)
This means that odds - for combat, for tribal villages, for the free...
Rocks and cliffs in the water?
Oh, is Expansionist about travelling? It'd make sense, what with scouts and explorers adventuring through wild nature and such. Then I should...
Scientific and Industrious. After that, Commercial and Seafaring. And as for the remaining four, they really do not apply to me.
Lake Victoria looks oddly pretty. As does that map on the loading screen!
The existence of an archaeological site can trigger a (frequently occurring) random event where the owner of the site gets gold from the player in...
Whatever do you mean? It works fine, not...?
May we see?
Why? I don't understand this. The combat odds and the terrain of the cities (influencing production influencing the amount and quality -...
Was the population 22 at the time the wonder was built?
A civilisation could still move its Palace to a future coastal city, but yes, it would be unfair to them.
Psh, I am referring to Imp. Knoedel's love for communism.
The mere fact that this can theoretically happen makes the late game completely broken, obviously.
I'm really liking the looks of this map, with all the new terrains and features, all the nice colours and details.
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